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2010-11-22 Freescale CEO sees IPO when the market is right
Richard Beyer is upbeat and confident of himself, his executive management team and Freescale Semiconductor, which he defines as an Embedded processor company.
2014-08-11 Freescale builds bridges with Japan carmakers, enters IoT
Towards meeting performance targets, Freescale Japan's David Uze says that it is forging relationships built on trust with local automotive firms and looking to establish an IoT city in Tokyo
2010-06-11 Freescale boosts Chengdu design center ops
Offering a rare peek inside an IC design and R&D center in China, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. revealed plans to expand its efforts amid booming demand in the nation.
2008-06-09 Freescale boosts audio DSPs with Dolby Volume tech
Freescale Semiconductor has released the Symphony family of audio DSPs, which are claimed to be the first DSPs to integrate multi-channel Dolby Volume intelligent audio processing technology.
2007-11-30 Freescale banks on touch sensing technology
From Freescale Semiconductor comes a pair of next-generation capacitive sensor controllers and a proximity sensing software solution that works with hundreds of its MCUs.
2005-07-07 Freescale audio processor adds software for audio/video apps
Freescale Semiconductor is rolling out software libraries for its SCF5250 audio processor that will help enable new portable and automotive compressed audio and video solutions.
2006-06-29 Freescale ASICs power Hughes satellite broadband modems
Freescale Semiconductor will supply advanced satellite broadband ASIC solution to Hughes Network Systems, LLC.
2005-11-03 Freescale announces single core modem for 3G wireless phones
Freescale Semiconductor unveiled its 3G single core modem processor, at the heart of the MXC300-30 platform.
2004-10-01 Freescale announces dual core PowerPC on 90nm process
Freescale disclosed the existence of a dual processing core PowerPC processor, described as the company's 'most powerful processor to date
2006-07-17 Freescale announces commercial availability of MRAM
The first commercial magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) device is now in volume production and available from Freescale Semiconductor.
2004-07-16 Freescale aims radio chips at 2.45GHz band
The company has announced two low-power, 2.45GHz integrated radios--one for proprietary applications, the other with a Zigbee protocol and network stack.
2005-07-25 Freescale adopts IPrima Mobile, STAR Memory for cellular baseband products
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has licensed Virage Logic's IPrima Mobile area, speed and power (ASAP) ultra-low-power (ULP) memories and it's self-test and repair (STAR) Memory System for use in its cellular baseband products.
2004-04-30 Freescale adds StarCore-based VoIP processors
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its solutions for VoIP system designs based on StarCore DSP technology.
2006-09-29 Freescale adds more choices to DSC products
Freescale Semiconductor has beefed-up its 16-bit 56F8000 DSC line with the launching of four new members.
2006-07-19 Freescale adds memory, functionality to 8bit MCUs
Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its GT family of 8bit microcontrollers, adding more memory and more functionality.
2006-02-02 Freescale adds 5V capable family of 8-bit HCS08 MCUs
Freescale Semiconductor has launched what it touts as the first HCS08 core-based microcontrollers that support 5V industrial and automotive applications.
2005-10-24 Freescale acquires fabless company CommASIC
Freescale Semiconductor has acquired CommASIC, a San Diego-based fabless semiconductor company, to strengthen its offerings in wireless broadband technologies.
2013-01-17 Freescale achieves Golden Unit certification from ZigBee
The firm's recent certification supports the latest ZigBee specification's update to the ZigBee PRO Feature Set and the ZigBee Input Device standard for ZigBee RF4CE.
2006-10-17 Freescale accelerometers feature selectable sensitivity
Freescale's dual-axis accelerometers offer a customer selectable sensitivity within a 2.5g to 10g range, which allows the devices to be used for multiple functions
2008-05-20 Freescale 8bit MCUs add flash, RAM options
Freescale Semiconductor has broadened its entry-level 8bit S08 MCU family with the addition of the MC9S08SH32 (SH32) and S9S08SG32 (SG32) devices.
2007-02-21 Freescale 8bit MCU integrates LCD driver
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a family of highly integrated, power-efficient 8bit MCU devices optimized for LCDs.
2004-09-13 Figure 8, Freescale announce Z-stack partnership
Figure 8 Wireless Inc. has reached a partnership agreement to provide Freescale Semiconductor the Z-stack software for their ZigBee-ready platform.
2012-10-09 F-RAM memory module for Freescale Tower System
The TWR-FRAM aids engineers that develop with Freescale's ARM Cortex-based Kinetis and i.MX, ColdFire, PowerQUICC, QorIQ and other MCU and microprocessor solutions
2014-01-08 Exploring Freescale DSC Flasher
This application note provides the command-line instructions.
2006-09-19 Equity firms acquire Freescale for $17.6B
Freescale Semiconductor announced that it has agreed to be acquired by a private equity consortium in a transaction worth $17.6 billion.
2009-10-23 E Ink, Freescale team to improve digital reading
The joint development will enable several new markets, including eNewspapers and eTextbooks.
2009-01-26 Dongfeng, Freescale to put up auto electronics lab in China
Dongfeng Motor Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. plan to establish a joint automotive electronics lab in China. The lab will be aimed at jointly developing silicon, software and system-level solutions to be used in next-generation Dongfeng Motor vehicles for the China and export markets.
2013-07-08 Dev tool launched for Freescale's FRDM-KL02Z 32bit MCU
The Freescale Freedom development platform KL02Z is designed for low-power devices and features the new energy efficient Kinetis KL02 ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU
2006-10-02 Debug interface devices target Freescale processors
Macraigor Systems has announced the availability of usb2Sprite debug interface devices for Freescale's ColdFire and DSP 56300 families of microprocessors
2006-05-12 CSR, Freescale team up on Bluetooth reference designs
CSR and Freescale are collaborating to provide mobile phone makers with full-feature, high-performance, low-power Bluetooth reference designs
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